Posts Tagged

natural gas

DNC

Over the weekend, the Democratic National Committee voted in favor of refusing all future donations from fossil-fuel companies. They’re so proud of the decision that...
Israel's economic future

For the first several decades of its existence, the state of Israel was the butt of the old Jewish joke about Moses leading the Jews...
energy

Last year it seemed as if doubts about Israel’s bright energy future were put to rest. A clever move by Prime Minister Netanyahu’s government allowed...
energy

Like most democracies but only more so, Israel’s political system is a confusing and often frustrating mess. So when the country began to develop the...

Give the New York Times credit. Though much of the rest of the journalistic world has long ago given in-depth coverage to the story of...

Doomsayers about the State of Israel never run out of material. Since the day it was born and even before that, skeptics about the Jewish...

The energy news just keeps getting better. On Tuesday, the United States Geological Survey announced that it had doubled its estimate of the amount of oil...

Jonathan Tobin is absolutely correct to highlight the importance of the Tamar gas field coming online, and the impact that exploitation of the Leviathan field...

When I wrote yesterday about the growing unemployment in Europe, I noted that manufacturing in Europe was in real trouble, having been losing jobs every...

In this Wall Street Journal oped Ed Morse of Citigroup points out a little appreciated fact: that oil and natural gas production is soaring in...

The Washington Examiner’s Conn Carroll flags this interesting item from the Washington Post’s report on the messy break-up between environmental groups and the natural gas...

Those aware of the profound nature of the threat that an Iranian nuclear weapon would pose to the West and to Israel have long been...